Free NABCEP CEU – Live Webinar on Utility-Scale PV and Distribution Voltage Challenges

Live Webinar – Wednesday, June 8th – 12-1:30pm EST – Reserve your spot on HeatSpring

If you or your company have worked on developing utility-scale projects, you know that connecting large PV power plants to the grid can present challenges, especially if there is a knowledge gap between the solar developers and distribution utilities. Level up your […]

Ask an Expert: If someone wants to build their own solar company, what teams should they assemble?

In the Ask an Expert series, HeatSpring instructors and industry thought leaders answer a single question on the minds of the HeatSpring community. We are joined by Brian Hayden, Co-Founder of HeatSpring and Co-Instructor of the Solar Entrepreneurship course. Brian talks about launching your own solar company and answers the question – what team should […]

March 24th, 2022|Categories: Q+A, Solar, Solar Business Growth, Solar miscellaneous, Solar Sales & Marketing||

Ask an Expert: What Is the Best Practice for Commissioning a Residential PV System with Battery Backup?

HeatSpring Magazine is launching a new series, Ask an Expert, where HeatSpring instructors and industry thought leaders answer a question on the minds of the HeatSpring community. 

In this inaugural Ask an Expert, we are joined by Designing Small Scale PV Systems with Energy Storage instructor,  Chris LaForge. Chris answers the question – what is the […]

March 3rd, 2022|Categories: Q+A, Solar, Solar Design & Installation, Solar miscellaneous, Solar Plus Storage||

New Free Course: Solar Career Pathways

Solar power will account for nearly half of new U.S. electric generating capacity in 2022, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. With large increases in solar capacity comes huge increases in solar jobs.  

To showcase the abundance of opportunities in the solar industry, HeatSpring is launching a new free course – Solar Career Pathways. […]

Solar Women Summer Series: The Solar Business Skillset

Our third Solar Women Summer Series interview (powered by features Pamela Cargill, Principal at Chaolysti, a strategic consulting firm that helps residential solar installers operate more effectively. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Chaolysti aims to massively scale the deployment of residential solar by deploying programs and strategies that aggressively lower “soft costs”—the non-hardware costs of […]